Marché Mexicain au Ciel Sombre - Cholula by Bernard Cathelin, 1966
Artist: Bernard Cathelin
Medium: Original Lithograph, 1966
Dimensions: 41 x 27.5 in; 104 x 69.85 cm
Arches wove paper - Good condition B (Slight tear half inch in the upper right margin, small scuff also in the upper right margin)
This rich and colorful original lithograph by Bernard Cathelin represents a Mexican market scene at dusk. It is typical of this artist's love for travels and different cultures. This print is a signed and annotated by the artist in pencil: "A Monsieur et madame Fernand Mourlot bonnes et heureuses Pâques 10 Avril 1966."
Ed. 125 and a few artist proofs of which this is one. Published by David B. Findlay, New York. Ref. Sauret #31
Bernard Cathelin was a French painter known for his uniquely stylized abstractions of flowers, landscapes, and figures. Utilizing thick palette knife applications and rich colors, Cathelin produces a sense of light and corporeal form in his paintings. His works are in the collections of the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Spencer Museum of Art, among others.
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